Bayern Munich 3-0-1, Eintracht Frankfurt 2-2-0
10/24/20 9:30 am
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Bayern Munich is welcoming Eintracht Frankfurt to Allianz Arena in round 5 in the German Bundesliga.
After losing to Hoffenheim last month, Bayern is once again on their usual winning streak. Bayern has won their last 5 straight games while scoring 18 goals during this stretch. Bayern has conceded 6 goals in their last 5 games. Bayern’s most recent win was in the Champions League against Atletico Madrid at home. Bayern has won that match 4-0. In the Bundesliga standings, Bayern is in 2nd place with 9 points, 17 scored goals, and 8 conceded goals. It’s a good thing that Bayern is scoring a ton of goals because their defense is not at the highest level at the moment. Lewandowski is the leading goalscorer for Bayern with 7 goals and 3 assists, while Gnabry and Muller added 3 goals each. Muller has also added 3 assists. Kouassi, Sane, and Richards are all still injured, and they will most likely not be playing in this game. Tolisso is suspended for this game because of the red card. In their last Bundesliga game against Arminia on the road, Bayern has had 67% of ball possession, 9 shots on goal, 10 corner kicks, 6 big chances created, and high 91% of the correct passes. Bayern was the dominant team in this match, and they have deservedly won this game 1-4. Bayern has won both the Bundesliga and the Champions League last season, and they are once again the biggest favorites to do it again this season.
Eintracht is in solid form this season, and they are still undefeated in Bundesliga after the first 4 games. Eintracht is in 4th place with 8 points, 7 scored goals, and 4 conceded goals. In their last match against Koln on the road, Eintracht was the better team with 60% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 8 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and 75% of the correct passes. Eintracht was leading 0-1 at half time, but Koln tied the score in the 52nd minute. The result didn’t change again, and this match ended in a 1-1 draw. Andre Silva has been the best player for Eintracht so far with 3 goals and 1 assist. Bas Dost has added 2 goals. Willems, Kostic, and Ache are all injured for Eintracht. Eintracht is a good team, but they fell just short of the Europa League last season mostly because of their terrible defense. This season looks to be different for Eintracht because they are playing solid soccer on both ends, and if they can keep it up, Eintracht will end up in the Europa League spot.
The trends are heavily on Bayern’s side in this matchup, and they are a huge favorite in this game. It’s hard to find good odds on anything for this game, and I think Bayern will continue their winning streak here, but I also expect a lot of goals.